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Capitol Square East Arlington

Capitol Square East Arlington

East Arlington is such a sweet neighborhood, anchored by the Capitol Theatre and many longstanding shops and restaurants. This piece pays homage to Capitol Square and can be seen for the first time at Arlington Open Studios on Saturday, November 12, 2022 at Arlington...

Arlington Open Studios Art Fair Saturday November 12!

Arlington Open Studios Art Fair Saturday November 12!

I will be exhibiting at Arlington Open Studios Art Fair in Arlington Town Hall on Saturday, November 12, 11 am- 5 pm. Make sure to drop by to say hi and see some amazing art from over 90 artists in three different locations. Thank you to the Arlington Center for the...

Profile about Janice

Profile about Janice

The Arlington Commission on Arts and Culture recently named me Featured Artist of the Month. If you want more background on the evolution of my art, here is how it starts:  About 15 years ago, I went through two years of cancer treatment with lots of support and love...

Making Art at Women’s Lunch Place

Making Art at Women’s Lunch Place

Women's Lunch Place  (WLP) is a day shelter for women who are experiencing poverty, trauma and insecure housing. I volunteer at WLP several times a month, usually cooking meals, but I also teach art there. I worked with a guest, Lillian, to create this art called...

Art and Music at Old Schwamb Mill Arlington July 14

Art and Music at Old Schwamb Mill Arlington July 14

My latest solo exhibition will open on Thursday, July 14, at Old Schwamb Mill, Arlington. The reception will begin at 5:00 pm and music by C#Minor 7 will play at 6:30-8 pm. The Old Schwamb Mill is the oldest continuously operating mill site in the US and is a...

Exhibit at Old Schwamb Mill closing reception August 25

Exhibit at Old Schwamb Mill closing reception August 25

Summer has flown by and my exhibit at Old Schwamb Mill, Arlington will close on Thursday, August 25. A closing reception will begin at 5:00 pm and music by Spajazzy will play at 6:30-8 pm. The Old Schwamb Mill is the oldest continuously operating mill site in the US...

Graduation Gifts

Graduation Gifts

Art makes a great graduation gift! Your favorite graduate can remember Boston, Philadelphia or New England with unique Janice Hayes-Cha art.

Somerville comes to life

Somerville comes to life

Davis Square in Somerville, Massachusetts is lively community that draws people from all walks of life to its cafes, shops and pubs. These two pieces capture the busy square and its place of the refuge- The Burren Pub. You can now enjoy these remarkable places, as...

New Boston Art: Esplanade View

New Boston Art: Esplanade View

Who can resist this gorgeous view as you travel across the Longfellow Bridge on the MBTA Red Line? Esplanade View celebrates a sunny autumn day on the Charles River, with sailboats from Community Boating and the Back Bay skyline including both the old and the new...

New Boston Art: Zakim Bridge

New Boston Art: Zakim Bridge

This nighttime view of the Zakim Bridge is an enduring symbol of Boston's renaissance.  The bridge is captured from Charlestown and includes the lights of the Boston Garden, the Custom House and North Station.  The city shines from this angle and the buildings and...

Rainbow on Dot Bay

Rainbow on Dot Bay

Everyone who has driven on Boston's Southeast Expressway knows the rainbow that splashes over the gas tank on Dorchester Bay. Corita Kent created this large work of public art in 1971, and it has been brightening drivers' commutes views ever since. This view includes...

Swan Boat Boston Public Garden

Swan Boat Boston Public Garden

One of Boston's most iconic places, the Swan Boats at Boston Public Garden, is now available in a Janice Hayes-Cha collage. While the swan boats never opened during this crazy year, you can still remember the vibrant spring colors and the mix of folks, young and old,...